Hacking Biodiversity Data Cubes for Policy
In the B-Cubed’s hackathon people gather, brainstorm and implement ideas based on their projects during an intense 4 days of productive hacking sessions. The main idea is to experiment with data cubes and channel creativity into innovative solutions for a variety of biodiversity challenges. The accepted projects will be aligned with B-Cubed’s objectives. The common goal of B-Cubed´s is to standardise biodiversity data in order to enhance efficiency and accessibility. The focus is on FAIR data, while:
- Testing the interoperability of data cubes with other biodiversity and environmental data.
- Engaging the biodiversity and ecological informatics community in innovation with cube data
- Learning, connecting and experimenting
The top three teams will be selected on the criteria of efficiently integrating the cubes, developing innovative solutions to overcome obstacles, and effectively visualising the work for policymakers